There’s never been a better time to construct a rooftop garden. Why? Because the weather conditions are perfect. Right now, summer is coming to a close, meaning plants are no longer in danger of drying out quickly, (as long as you’re staying on top of your watering duties). We’re also a long way off from winter, giving new plants time to develop before the frost comes.
You know what it’s like, you move into your brand new house and everything is all nicely put away, in its place and tidy. Fast forward 2-3 years and everything’s a shambles and your garage looks like it’s been caught up in a tornado with junk all over the place and nowhere to park your car. Well this weekend, why not take control of your horribly hoarded garage and turn it back into a functional and organized storage space?
With hundreds of HVAC contractors out there, and every each of them offering different type of service and pricing, it can be difficult to make a decision on what company to hire. It happens that sometimes you don’t even know what’s wrong with the product. JC Heating & Cooling has created the following infographic that offers ten tips to use when hiring an HVAC contractor.
Moving is an exciting time to embrace new possibilities and experiences. If you have a move looming on the horizon, or you’ve just moved, check this week-by-week breakdown from Cablemover of the most vital tasks to complete during the first month after a big move. Because when it comes to moving, you can’t afford to miss a thing.
Fall is here, which means our nationwide seasonal obsession with “pumpkin spice” is in full swing. It seems like everything is pumpkin-spiced these days, from beverages to pastries to potato chips. here is a humorous guide, courtesy of ForRent.com, to pumpkin spicing every single thing in your apartment.
Choosing the right wood for a job is important as each variety has its own properties, which will determine the look and feel of your finished project. Colors, textures and grain patterns – not to mention prices – vary considerably so it’s worth doing your research before getting down to work. Heiton Buckley aims to help in your selection with the following infographic.
When it comes to chopping down lumber, the chainsaw really does lead the way as the tool of choice. The main issue facing consumers is which type of chainsaw is best for the job. The team at Garden Aware have put a helpful buying guide together to make your choice easier.
Making additions and improvements to your home can be a great way to improve livability, whilst also adding value to the property. However, as the team at Pure Envy Renovations point out, not all home improvement projects are equal when it comes to getting return on your renovation investment.
Discovering rust stains on your favorite tee-shirt could probably be regarded as a first-world problem but it’s unpleasant all the same. Not only is it unsightly, it can damage your belongings – so removing it should be a priority. The good news is you don’t need to splash out on specialist products for the job. Everything you need can be found in your kitchen cupboards.
Sooner or later your once pristine home will start showing it’s age. Whether that’s leaky taps or worrisome wall cracks. But don’t be so quick to call the handyman. Here is a guide to 7 common home repairs you can do by yourself. And for those of you short on time, there is a video version of the infographic as well.